NICK GRIMSHAW will step down from hosting the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show after six years, and will be replaced by Greg James.
Parts of the Glasgow Garden Festival are still flourishing 30 years on at an Inverclyde garden centre
GLASGOW'S famous Garden Festival may have ended 30 years ago, but parts of it still live on in a Scottish garden centre.
A FESTIVAL being staged around the Glasgow 2018 European Championships will have “something for everyone” with Scottish music, dance, art and food on offer.
SSE has become the latest energy firm to hike bills, saying wholesale price increases and Government policy was forcing it to raise tariffs.
A DATABASE of drone users will be launched under new laws being introduced to the Commons on Wednesday.
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IRELAND has voted to change its strict abortion laws by a majority of 706,349, referendum returning officer Barry Ryan announced.
A FAMILY with a three-year-old child have been rescued by lifeboat after getting into difficulty in a canoe around the Applecross peninsula.
HARVEY WEINSTEIN has appeared in court in New York charged with rape.
NEW data laws come into force in Europe today, but how will the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affect businesses and the general public?
THE abortion referendum has split opinion across Ireland.